Consecutive 3-0 losses has caused Wenger to go from 50/1 to as short as 4/1 to be next out the door in the PL.
Bookies have slashed odds on Arsene Wenger being the next Premier League manager to be sacked following the annihilation from Manchester City last night.
Before the Carabao Cup final, Wenger was as long as 50/1 to be next to go, however, following last night’s trouncing he is just 4/1.
That’s means bookies think he’s 10 times more likely to leave than he was before the League Cup final.
Manchester City put three past Arsenal for the second time in five days, prompting punters to back the Frenchman to finally exit the Emirates.
Alan Pardew remains favourite to be the next to leave at 4/11, with Antonio Conte (2/1) and Mauricio Pellegrino (3/1) the only bosses more likely to leave before Wenger.
Carlo Ancelotti is favourite to replace the Gunners’ stalwart, followed by Joachim Low and Man City assistant coach Mikel Arteta.
Oddschecker spokesperson George Elek said: “It feels like boiling point is reached every time Arsenal suffer a humiliating defeat, but this time feels slightly different.
“However, the exodus started at half time last night at the Emirates last night, with a virtually empty stadium come the final whistle.
“It looks like it’s finally time for Arsene to call it a day, with the only real question remaining whether he’ll make it to the end of the season without being sacked by Stan Kroenke.”